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How Will Health Care Regulators Address Artificial Intelligence?

How Will Health Care Regulators Address Artificial Intelligence?

Policymakers around the world are developing guidelines for use of artificial intelligence in health care.

The Culture of Antibiotics Regulation

The Culture of Antibiotics Regulation

Scholars discuss the challenges of promoting antibiotic development and preserving existing drugs.

Cracking the Egg Donation Market

Cracking the Egg Donation Market

The booming U.S. egg donation industry requires more regulation to safeguard donor welfare.

Pet Food Regulations May Be More Bark Than Bite

Pet Food Regulations May Be More Bark Than Bite

Regulators strive to keep our animal companions’ food safe, but gaps remain.

Medical AI Regulators Should Learn from the Global Financial Crisis

Medical AI Regulators Should Learn from the Global Financial Crisis

In regulating AI in medicine, FDA should exercise care in implementing a principles-based framework.

Essentially Snake Oil

Essentially Snake Oil

The structure of some essential oils companies makes it harder for federal agencies to restrain false claims.

Modernizing SNAP After the Pandemic

Modernizing SNAP After the Pandemic

The pandemic highlighted the importance of food security and what policymakers should do to strengthen it.

Experimenting with Medicaid

Experimenting with Medicaid

Scholars explore how Section 1115 waivers can expand or reduce health coverage.

The Mystery of Tampon Regulation

The Mystery of Tampon Regulation

Advocates argue that FDA’s lax tampon regulations leave consumers exposed to significant risks.

Law Reforms Promote Nurse-Managed Care

Law Reforms Promote Nurse-Managed Care

Amid rising insured rates, physician shortages, and COVID-19, nurse-led care seeks to address health inequities.

Responsible Regulation in the Era of Zoonotic Disease

Responsible Regulation in the Era of Zoonotic Disease

Scholar argues for increased monitoring and regulatory coordination to curb zoonotic disease spread.

Chasing Technology for 25 Years

Chasing Technology for 25 Years

HIPAA consistently falls behind health and wellness technology, jeopardizing individuals’ data privacy.